An International Journal for Separation Science
CHROMATOGRAPHIA is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the latest advances in separation sciences. Its goal is to monitor state-of-the-art research and to promote study, research and improvement within its various application areas, including archaeology, biotechnology, clinical, environmental, food, medical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, polymer and biopolymer research, as well as preparative and process-scale applications. The journal focuses on papers that show the scope and power of separation sciences when combined with spectroscopic methods, in particular with mass spectrometry. In addition to exciting new areas in chromatography, such as ultra-high pressure and high-temperature approaches, CHROMATOGRAHIA focuses on hyphenated systems that combine several unit operations with chromatography and electro-based separations, especially on the micro- and nanoscale. Integrated biological procedures (e.g., enzymatic, immunological, receptor-based assays) can also be part of the overall analytical process. Developments in separation-related sampling and sampling-preparation approaches, and in particular the combination of these techniques with the above methodologies, are also comprehensively covered.
CHROMATOGRAPHIA welcomes submissions that present significant scientific advances in any of these fields. Originality, novelty and scientific potential impact are the key criteria of the Editorial Board for selecting publications appropriate for CHROMATOGRAPHIA. Submission of papers describing the application of simple methodologies, established methods or techniques to individual compounds, simple mixtures or matrices is discouraged.
Acceptable paper types include Original Articles, Short Communications, Reviews and Letters to the Editor.
- Online publication within 20 days after acceptance
- No submission fee for full-color illustrations in accepted articles
- Book discount for contributing authors
- Open Choice, offers authors the option of having their journal articles made available with full open access in exchange for payment of a basic fee
Damien W. M. Arrigan (October 2018)
Edward R. Adlard (October 2018)
Highly Sensitive Determination for Catecholamines Using Boronate Affinity Polymer Monolith Microextraction with In-Situ Derivatization and HPLC Fluorescence Detection
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- Volume 1 / 1968 - Volume 81 / 2018
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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